b'B Y T H E N U M B E R SIn 2019, The Friendship Club made a strategic decision to significantly invest in our infrastructure, operations and programs.2019 Income: $822,000 2019 Expenses: $849,000We greatly appreciate the donations fromDelivering Effective, Quality Programsindividuals and businesses, foundations andgrants that fund our critical programs.We are committed to advancing our mission, investing in youth and doing the essential work to achieve our goals.CORE MISSIONSUPPORT/FUNDRAISINGGRANTS/FOUNDATIONS20% 11%19% CORE MISSIONSUPPORT/ADMIN80% 70%CONTRIBUTIONS PROGRAMASSETSas of December 31, 2019Current Assets$176,000Fixed Assets$173,000Other Assets$262,000Total Assets$611,000Liabilities & Equity$611,000FRIENDSHIP CLUB MILESTONES |25 Years of Changing Lives1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002The FriendshipEstablishesObtains nonprofitEstablishes after- Doubles office spaceServes 65 girls Moves to a 2,000 Club launches withmonthly cultural501(c)(3) status school program forto 900 square feet,First girl graduatessq.ft. space on a summer pilotfield trips andExpands to threehigh school girls atincluding an areafrom high school Providence Mineprogram with 15 girlsCamp Friendship staffers working inNevada Union H.S. for computers andCredentialedFour girls graduate, in a classroom atoffice at Nev. Countytutoring, located in ateacher hired toapply for college Deer Creek School Superintendent ofprofessional building run middle schoolscholarshipsSchools programSummerCredentialed enrichment programteacher hired to beginsEndowment/ run high school scholarship plannedprogram; volunteer giving program starts coordinator hired1st Annual Graduation & Scholarship Celebration Dinner1 4 2 0 2 0 C O M M U N I T Y R E P O R T | T H E F R I E N D S H I P C L U B'